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Northern Exposure (1990 - 1995)

Northern Exposure (1990 - 1995)

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Series Info

A med-school grad must practice in a remote Alaskan village to repay his education in this quirky, fish-out-of-water dramedy. The series is populated with generally eccentric, often endearing characters who mostly baffle the young New York physician as he struggles to adjust to life in the isolated community. An Emmy winner as Outstanding Drama of 1991-92, the show came from the creators of `St. Elsewhere.'

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1994, CBS, 23 episodes

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1993, CBS, 24 episodes

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1992, CBS, 25 episodes

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1991, CBS, 23 episodes

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1991, CBS, 7 episodes

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1990, CBS, 8 episodes

Cast

Rob Morrow
as Dr. Joel Fleichman
Janine Turner
as Maggie O'Connell
Barry Corbin
as Maurice Minnifield
John Cullum
as Holling Vincoeur
Darren E. Burrows
as Ed Chigliak
John Corbett
as Chris Stevens
Cynthia Geary
as Shelly Tambo Vincoeur
Elaine Miles
as Marilyn Whirlwind
Peg Phillips
as Ruth-Anne Miller
Grant Goodeve
as Rick Pederson
Richard Cummings Jr.
as Bernard Stevens
Anthony Edwards
as Mike Monroe
Paul Provenza
as Dr. Phillip Capra
Teri Polo
as Michelle Schowdoski Capra
James L. Dunn
as Woodsy Man
Diane Delano
as Sgt. Semanski
Graham Greene (II)
as Leonard Quinhagak
Bob Morrisey
as Le Fleur
Harry Pringle
as Crow Flies Straight
Armenia Miles
as Mrs. Whirlwind
Chi-Muoi Lo
as Bong Joo
Rita Taggart
as Edna Hancock
Geraldine Keams
as Great Aunt
Lisa Waltz
as Stephie
Dylan Baker
as Jeffrey
Wayne Pére
as Prof. Pickering
Tom Spiller
as Pig Eye
Jerry Adler
as Rabbi Schulman
Anthony Curry
as Gorman Tambo
James Marsters
as Rev. Harding
James Song
as Duk Won
Bibi Besch
as Jane O'Connell
Gregg Loughridge
as Lumberjack
Jillian Armenante
as Chef's Assistant
George Catalano
as Det. McNamara
Phil Fondacaro
as Green Man
Mary Marsh
as Eunice
Kate Brickley
as Mrs. Spencer
Amy Perry
as Lucille
Jessika Cardinahl
as Beautiful Stranger
Bill Irwin
as Enrico Bellati
Lori Larsen
as Mrs. Le Fleur
Navin Naidu
as Subrapramian
David Spielberg
as Prof. Shuster
Adam Ant
as Brad Bonner
Mary Sabetto
as Meredith 2
Regina King
as Mother Nature
Grant Gelt
as Young Joel
Rick Turner
as Mr. Lewis
Woody Eney
as Hotel Clerk
Darlene Vogel
as Meredith 3
Sam Vlahos
as Two-Clocks
Tom Hammond
as Jerry Moore
Roger Tompkins
as Edgar Allan Poe
Judith Kahan
as Adrienne
Seth Sakai
as Japanese Soldier
Vito Scotti
as Godfather
Scott LaRose
as Dr. Weisberg
James Dunn
as Hayden
John LaMotta
as Salvatore
Rod Pilloud
as Sanford
Alan Fudge
as Father Duncan
Joanna Cassidy
as Solvang Planey
Ramona Ahto
as Debbie's Aunt
Victor Kepler
as Greenbaum
Yelena Danova
as Flight Attendant
Paul McLean
as Trapper
Rex Linn
as Martin
Rob Narita
as Tanaka
Burke Pearson
as Dr. Mink
Rock Reiser
as State Trooper
Michael Des Barres
as Dzerzhinsky
John Maxwell
as Sen. Monkton
Leo Geter
as Dr. Dave Ginsberg
John Sylvain
as Maggie's Neighbor
Jack Kehler
as Dust Mite
Fred Applegate
as P.W. Stevens
Christine Elise
as Cyndy Rincon
Valerie Perrine
as Jackie Vincoeur
Stephen Root
as Brother Timothy
Sylvia Scott
as Darlene
Pamela Kosh
as Queen Victoria
Dennis Cockrum
as Auctioneer
Ian Abercrombie
as Privy Councilor
Penny Banton
as Mama Grippo
Elizabeth Huddle
as Ingrid Klochner
Kim Kim
as Yong Ja
Haynes Brooke
as Townsperson No. 2
Wendy Schaal
as Tammy Tambo
David Hemmings
as Victor Bobrov
Matt Skerritt
as Sizemore
Al Denbeste
as Patient
Kevin Conway
as Arlen Briscoe
John McCann
as Frank O'Connell
Rick Tutor
as Swanson
Jim Haynie
as Gillis Toomey
Joel Polis
as Matthew
Al Hood
as George
Ashley Rey
as Cashier
Josh Parks
as Greenhorn
Sergei Mihailov
as Captain of the Guard
Kellee Bradley
as Dog Owner
Regginald Ward
as Mr. Whirlwind
Wendel Meldrum
as Amy Lochner
Ned Romero
as Leston Havens
Kaley Cuoco
as Miranda (age 7)
Dennis Bateman
as Co-Dependency
Elya Baskin
as Nikolai
John Hawkes
as Health Inspector
Diedre Kilgore
as Dr. Howard
Fred Saas
as Bellhop
Douglas Dirkson
as Fisherman
Sam Bob
as Dale
Mark Pellegrino
as Rolf Hauser
Anne Haney
as Judge Percy
Carol Barbee
as Meredith 1
Tara Subkoff
as Mary-Margaret (age 15)
Anne Christianson
as Stenographer
Noble Willingham
as Col. Gordon McKern
Joanna Merlin
as Nadine Fleischman
Barbara Dirickson
as Jeannie Hansen
Tim Michel
as Father
Tony Pasqualini
as Dr. Graham
Laura Kenny
as Mrs. Streisand
David Wasman
as Businessman
Dean Perkins
as Handsome Guy
Hank Stratton
as Pete Melon, M.D.
Debra Mooney
as Mrs. O'Connell
Kia Sian
as Elaine
William Greenberg
as Grandfather
Kathleen Clarke
as Backup Singer No. 1
Lindsay Parker
as Miranda (age 12)
Dana Anderson
as Lightfeather Duncan
John M. Jackson
as Larry Coe
David Margulies
as Herb Fleischman
Chenoa Egawa
as Heather
Jack Blessing
as Prof. Martin
Gabriel Salvador
as Indian Leader
Tushka Bergen
as Anastasia
Julie Sole
as Marsha
Rosetta Pintado
as Mrs. Noanuk
Edan Gross
as Brad Young
Scott Paulin
as Lance Bristol
Donal Logue
as Judd Bromell
Maureen Flannigan
as Miranda (age 18)
Clayton Norcross
as Spa Attendant
Felicity Waterman
as Hotel Manager
Demene Hall
as Backup Singer No. 2
Jay O. Sanders
as Dr. John Summer
Lisa Darr
as Anne McGrath
Giovanna Westwood
as Backup Singer No. 3
Will Furman
as Barbershop Quartet Singer No. 1
Ben Reed
as External Validation
Gary Basaraba
as Contractor
H. Leonard Richardson
as Barbershop Quartet Singer No. 2
Anne De Salvo
as Amy Patterson
Jimmie Ray Weeks
as Ranger Burns
Charles Martin Smith
as Roger Brewster
JG Dodge Wallace II
as Barbershop Quartet Singer No. 4
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Jul 12, 1990
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Andrew Schneider, Joshua Brand, David Chase, Diane Frolov, Henry Bromell
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